Summer is just around the corner, which means grilling season is almost here. And to help you build up the anticipation, YouTuber Miniature Space shows us how to grill tiny steaks, medium rare of course. The pieces of meat might be small, but they still made our mouths water.
There are probably around ten people in this world who have always been yearned for hard-boiled, scrambled eggs. Well, we’ve got terrific news for these unique individuals: a Japanese toy (yes, a children’s toy) can now turn your dream into reality.
Vanessa Mckeown creates an ongoing series of playful mashups using everyday objects and food. The London-based art director admits that she loves color and displaying mundane items in a different light so it’s no surprise that her latest food-inspired photography displays both undertones.
Artist Gretchen Roehrs isn’t exactly a stylist, but she dresses up the models she draws in pretty delicious outfits. These delicious outfits are composed of food items, of course. Roehrs’ gals are adorned in fashionable dresses made of strawberries, mint leaves, onions, and even banana peels.
The Taiwanese cook up some of the finest and quirkiest food items. Their latest creation is perfect in every conceivable way–a loaf of bread that looks like a succulent watermelon. Jimmy’s Bakery came up with this magnum opus as a means to entice kids to eat more bread during the summer (it’s said that their appetites tend to be lower during this season).
At one point in our lives, we’ve seen something and imagined it as an entirely different thing. An example of this is the recently gone-viral photo of “Michael Jackson doing the moonwalk on the clouds” during a thunderstorm six years after he passed away.
Marketing agencies spend countless hours coming up with and testing food names. That’s why it’s such a shame when these foods lose their witty names in translation. This collection of 35 foods with translated names like, Soup for Sluts and Spotted Dick Sponge Pudding, has jaw-dropping names.
Brittany Wright photographs a plethora of food in ascending color that shows the evolution of their ripeness for some and the variety of colors in others in the aptly named series ‘Food Gradients.’
Ogilvy & Mather New York partnered up with ad agency Ars Thanea to create a whimsical and delectable print campaign for Dupont Nutrition & Health. With the tagline “Fresh Thinking. It’s What’s Inside,” scientists at the research & development company touts unmatched expertise in solving today’s food and nutrition challenges.
Texas-based graphic designer Parker Jones has added some understanding and fun to the monthly turmoil that some women experience during premenstrual syndrome. With her fictional ice cream flavors and label designs, she introduces “I Need Some More” mint chocolate chip, “Don’t Come Near Me” rocky road and “I Think I’m Dying” strawberry.